Milestone’s seemingly endless string of racing games is continuing with the release of MotoGP 19 this summer, coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on 6th June. A Switch release will follow a few weeks later.
The series made the jump to Unreal Engine 4 last year to mixed results – find our MotoGP 18 review here – but Milestone are hoping to use that as a foundation for innovative new features like AI based on neural network technology, coming in partnership with Orobix. There will also be the return of Historical Challenges to the series, and multiplayer will feature dedicated servers, as well as a Race Director Mode.
The career mode will follow the traditional path through lower racing categories up to MotoGP, but this is joined by the FIM Enel MotoE World Cup with zero emissions motorbikes. Creating your racer, there’s even more customisation options than ever before, as well as a graphics editor so you can truly customise your helmet, race numbers and lower butt patches.
MotoGP 19 will also feature the third edition of the MotoGP eSport Championship.
Source: press release